The best time of day to do affirmations is in the morning because your subconscious mind is most vulnerable right after you have awakened, as well as the affirmations can fine tune your “radar” to be positive all day long.
In fact, by doing simple morning affirmations that instill an attitude of gratitude, you are practicing the best daily affirmations you can do because when you are grateful, you enlist the most powerful law in the universe, which is known as the Law of Attraction, which makes you “attract” the things that you think about and “feel emotionally” on a consistent basis.
Learning how to write affirmations is simple when you know a couple of key tricks. In my writing affirmations article, I give more detail on how to write affirmations that work. Take a moment and read that article by clicking here, then hit the back button and I'll be here waiting for you...
The most important thing when first learning how to write affirmations is to write short affirmations.
Why? Because short phrases are easier to write when you're starting out, but also because short affirmations carry a powerful “zing” to them...
And they're easy to remember so you can keep them going all day long.
The easiest thing to do when starting out writing affirmations is simply to wake up in the morning and start saying “thank you for....” (whatever comes to mind.)
This is effective because it immediately tunes your mental state to focusing on gratefulness, rather than falling back into negative mental habits as soon as we awaken.
Affirmation examples such as, “Thank you for this cozy bed,” “Thank you for a fresh new day,” “Thank you for the food in my refrigerator,” “Thank you for the heat in my house,” “I appreciate Jane being in my life,” etc., are great starters.
While these affirmation examples may seem overly simplified, they really do have an incredible effect on our well being for the rest of the day and instill the importance of keeping life simple.
Why is it important to keep life simple?
Because with all of today's technological advances and “disconnected ways of living,” remembering the simple things in life allows us to remain grateful on the most human level of existence...
A level of existence that becomes ignored from getting caught up in the perceived needs of today's lifestyles.
So, doing personal affirmations that focus on the basic things around you can easily shape your morning affirmations time into a feeling of abundance and well being to start your day.
Writing positive affirmations can be a fun process as you get better and better at learning how to write affirmations and adding to your list of affirmations phrases and other words that work for you.
Starting out with simple morning affirmations such as “I appreciate Jane” or “Thank you for the food I have to eat” gives you a powerful way to boost your enthusiasm for writing affirmations because you'll soon experience how much they shift your energy and will want to do more.
A great way to get started off on the right foot with your affirmations is to use my How to Change Your Beliefs program that teaches you how to write targeted affirmations because you have "rooted out" the limiting beliefs that are stopping your daily affirmations from working.
Check out this list of affirmations article too...
List of Affirmations: Which Ones Are Vital Affirmations?
A list of affirmations can become very long and arduous to practice daily. The key is to make a daily affirmation list that includes short affirmations that get you....
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